What is the ASL Consortium?
In short, the ASL Consortium consists of post-secondary leadership at Seattle Central Community College (SCCC), as well as 15 supportive high school district directors of Career and Technical Education (CTE). The two groups worked together to make a plan for high school American Sign Language students across the state. The consortium’s goal is to encourage continued study of ASL by offering college credit through SCCC for students meeting the agreement’s academic standards. You can view a little more background on the ASL Consortium on the "About" link in the upper left section of this page.
Want to participate in the ASL Consortium?
If you are a student, parent, teacher, or school administrator in the state of Washington and you are interested in participating in the ASL Consortium, please explore the site using the links in the upper left section of this page. "Resources" would be a good place to start. The "Blog" site is open to both members and non-members. Anyone can read and post comments on the "Blog" site.
Already a member of the ASL Consortium?
If you are already a member of the ASL Consortium for Washington, please feel free to explore the "Share" and "Blog" sites. The "Share" and "Blog" links will bring you to separate sites where you can share and collaborate with other members of the ASL Consortium, as well as post blogs/vlogs of your own choosing.
Need to contact us?
Please go to the "Contact Us" link for any more questions or information that you may not find on this site.